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“Unplanned”—the movie of the former Planned Parenthood director joining the pro-life movement nets $6 million its first weekend

“Unplanned”—the movie of the former Planned Parenthood director joining the pro-life movement nets $6 million its first weekend

By Michael Hernandez  Local theaters in Oxnard, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley continue their showing of “Unplanned”—the story of Abby Johnson—the former Planned Parenthood director in Bryan, Texas.  Abby left the Planned Parenthood clinic to join the Coalition for Life—the pro-life local group led by Shawn Carney–that has been protesting abortions outside the $1.8 million clinic […]

Pastor Rob McCoy:  We need  to be people of character”

Pastor Rob McCoy:  We need  to be people of character”

By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—“We are called to do good works and not just be moral people but to be people of character and to measure ourselves by what we do,” said Pastor Rob McCoy Sunday at Godspeak Calvary Chapel.  “We Identify ourselves by our morality—not doing what is wrong.”  According to McCoy, we have […]

Ask God to have mercy on us as a nation…if you want freedom to survive”

Ask God to have mercy on us as a nation…if you want freedom to survive”

By Michael Hernandez  NEWBURY PARK—“If you want freedom to survive for your children and your grandchildren, it  has to begin here—thanking God on your knees—asking God to have mercy on us as a nation,” said Rick Green at the Red, White, Blue & Green event hosted Saturday by Godspeak Calvary Chapel and live streamed nationwide.  […]

Borderline T-shirt sales raise $267,000 for victims families

Borderline T-shirt sales raise $267,000 for victims families

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—The Bible, Martin Luther King and some 24 volunteers were feted at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting for helping to raise $267,000 through Borderline T-shirt sales for victims and the families of the victims and survivors in last year’s shooting.  The money was presented in a check to the Westlake Village […]

City Council ponders Thousand Oaks future

City Council ponders Thousand Oaks future

By Michael Hernandez  THOUSAND OAKS—The City Council conducted a General Plan Update Study Session in which they pondered three options for seeking a vision about how the community will change as residents shape the city’s future for the next 15 years.  The last time this process was done in a similar fashion was 1970.  Topics […]

Pastor Rob McCoy: “Children are a blessing from the Lord” – Powerful Sermon on Sanctity of Life Sunday

Pastor Rob McCoy:  “Children are a blessing from the Lord” – Powerful Sermon on Sanctity of Life Sunday

    By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—“Children are a blessing from the Lord (Psalm 127:3),” said Pastor Rob McCoy at Godspeak Calvary Chapel during services celebrating National Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, an observance that had been started by President Reagan.  “We need to honor life, protect life and ‘set the captives free (Isaiah 61.1).” […]

Striking teachers picket week 1; local and national media reports

Striking teachers picket week 1; local and national media reports

By Michael Hernandez LOS ANGELES—Striking teachers picketed schools and the home of the district superintendent Austin Beutner; held regional rallies including one at the offices of the California Charter Schools Association, community strike meetings, and marches at Grand Park—in front of City Hall—during Week 1  of the United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA)  strike impacting Los […]

Thousand Oaks City Council moves forward with Civic Arts Plaza Master Plan

Thousand Oaks City Council moves forward with Civic Arts Plaza Master Plan

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—AECOM of of Los Angeles was selected by the City Council in a 5-0 vote to prepare a Civic Arts Plaza Master Plan at a cost not to exceed $1.42 million on top of the $6.1 million that has already been set aside for the Campus Master Plan. The Master Plan […]

Possible teachers strike would impact Los Angeles and 31 smaller cities

Possible teachers strike would impact Los Angeles and 31 smaller cities

By Michael Hernandez LOS ANGELES—A threatened teachers strike to begin Thursday, Jan. 10th would impact 640,000 students in over 1,000 schools and 200 public charter schools in the second largest school district in the nation.  Los Angeles Unified School District is spread over 720 square miles and includes the city of Los Angeles as well […]

Pastor Rob McCoy: “The sledge hammer hit us all”

Pastor Rob McCoy: “The sledge hammer hit us all”

By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—“Before this misery (the Nov. 7th Borderline shooting) struck our city, we all had our agendas but the sledge hammer hit us all” said Pastor Rob McCoy to his congregants and family members of two of the slain victims at Godspeak Calvary Chapel located in The Village at Dos Vientos Ranch, […]

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